Tag Archives: Rolo Tomassi

Watch a new ROLO TOMASSI video

Moderate Rock favourites Rolo Tomassi are back. The band, formerly Brighton-based but now a transatlantic outfit, have released a new song, ‘Cloaked’. It’s a swirling, beautiful piece of music that bridges really neatly with their last album while spiralling off into a little uncharted sonic territory. You can watch the video below. The band are also directing people to a […]

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#MODERATEROCKRECOMMENDS- March 2018

March’s Spotify playlist was a monster. It started heavy with the like of Will Haven (who just released their best record in almost 20 years), Yards (featuring former Ghost of a Thousand frontman Tom Lacey), and Rolo Tomassi (who might have snatched album of the year honours already) before moving on to include punk rock old and new, post-hardcore from […]

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ROLO TOMASSI- ‘Time Will Die and Love Will Bury It’

Rolo Tomassi have been on quite the adventure. Since 2005 the Sheffield outfit have been making a brilliant racket- defying stereotypes, expectations, and genre tick boxes. If their early work was adrenalized, amplified youthful exuberance then their most recent album, ‘Grievances’, was a decidedly grown-up affair, laden with weight and rage and regret. In between they have leapt forward and […]

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ROLO TOMASSI- Grievances

Rolo Tomassi have been building to this. I mean, Rolo Tomassi are always building- the Sheffield crew have consistently evolved since their very earliest days. But their fourth album finds them condensing, purifying, and almost perfecting everything that’s come before. Given the band’s propensity for precision and technicality, that might all sound a bit calculated, but ‘Grievances’ feels totally organic. […]

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